Evan Taylor

Victorians take to the streets to solve a murder mystery

Over 1000 Victorian took part in the “The latest Krays”, chasing clues across the city

BC Transit investigates HandyDART bus collision

Crash involved a car and the HandyDart bus early Saturday morning

BC Cancer Foundation opens doors to the Victoria public for tours of the facility

The tour showed visitors all the important work that goes on at BC Cancer-Victoria

This year’s World Teacher’ Day calls for supporting ‘a vibrant teaching force’

Teachers and students alike will not be in class for this year’s international celebration on Oct. 5

Animal Control rescues distressed dog from an Esquimalt roof

Pepper escaped through a screen window on the second floor leaving her stranded

McKenzie Interchange work means Friday night lane closures

The southbound closures are expected to last from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m.

BC Transit starts outfitting buses in Greater Victoriawith doors to improve driver safety

The $6.5 million project will see all buses equipped with the new doors by the end of 2020

Pacific FC drop points to floundering Halifax Wanderers

The coastal clash ended in a stalemate amidst a wet evening at Westhills Stadium

Fall Home Expo brings latest in home trends to Pearkes Recreation Centre

Close to 15,000 people are expected to visit the 150 exhibits

CIBC Run for the Cure returns to Victoria

Victorians set to join Canadians from across the country in the fight against cancer

Pacific FC gear up for Coastal Clash against the Halifax Wanderers

PFC are looking to get their season back on track following two losses in a row

Victoria residents show their support for ongoing protests in Hong Kong

Protests have continued in Hong Kong despite the withdrawal of controversial extradition bill

Take a look at your tires; Winter driving regulations in effect

Winter driving regulations, governing the safe usage of cars on winter roads come into effect at the start of October

Pacific FC needs win against Forge FC to have a chance of making championship

The Island team needs a lot to go its way to make a finals appearance

Red Arrows’ quick display over Inner Harbour draws hundreds of spectators

The Royal Air Forces’ acrobatic team treated Victorians to a brief yet colourful aerial display

Local, international researchers work to turn greenhouse gases into rock

University of Victoria researchers join team developing technology to remove carbon dioxide from atmosphere

Victoria has four players representing Canada at the Rugby World Cup

Team Canada will be led out by Victorias DTH van Der Merwe

Saanich seeks feedback on plans to cut greenhouse gas to zero by 2050

Public feedback will impact the finalized plan to be implemented by 2020